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A Night To Popping Remember With Conan Gray and Bulow at Philadelphia’s Fillmore

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Written By | Samuel Parker

Conan Gray as well as Bulow preformed at The Fillmore in Philadelphia and it was a night to popping remember. Bulow opened up with her song Don’t Break His Heart and preformed You and Jennifer, Boys Will Be Boys and more. During Bulows performance she used a her drummer Izzy Ceneteno, and Aaron Shadrow on guitar.  Bulow and her band had the whole venue on their feet the entire time and brought a lot of energy to the audience. Even though Bulow isn’t originally from Philadelphia she still had everyone singing along to all of her songs.

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The Fillmore was the perfect venue for the concert considering it had a very big audience – with almost every inch of the room filled with girls in their early teens and even some with their parents. After Bulow warmed up the crowed the crowed waited in anticipation for Conan.

Once Conan Gray took the stage the crowd was in total aw and shock. Conan did a great job at pouring his heart into every song he played. He preformed  a lot of his more popular songs like Crush Culture, Overdrive, Comfort Crowd and Jigsaw. Conan uses a guitar as well as someone on the drums and someone on back up guitar. All of the instruments complimented each other very well.  Conan was very interactive with his fans making sure they had enough water and talked in between songs.

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The audience was all very friendly and supportive of each other. I got the sense that even if you go to a Conan show alone you always will feel safe and meet new people. Overall I would definitely recommend seeing Conan Gray and Bulow in concert. I do not listen to a lot of pop music myself but they both had very great theatrics and amazing vocals.

Photos By | Samuel Parker